Carla Essenberg – Plant Ecology
Carla J. Essenberg
Carnegie Science Hall, Room 411
Plant ecology and plant-animal interactions
My research focuses on pollination ecology. I am particularly interested in how plants manipulate pollinator behavior and ways in which pollinator behavior in turn influences plant ecology and evolution. I am also happy to advise thesis projects related to pollinator conservation, including community-engaged projects.
My courses include Biostatistics, Organismal Biology, Conservation Biology, and the Ecology and Evolution of Mutualisms.
For more information, see the Essenberg lab website.